India is clearly lagging behind when it comes to basic infrastructure for getting its stated target of six to seven million EVs on Indian roads by 2020.
Mahindra and Mahindra, or M&M, India’s only electric carmaker, is readying plans to enter the hyper-competitive electric car market of China.
Softbank wants its Indian investee company and cab-hailing platform Ola Cabs to pivot into becoming an electric car manufacturer working together with Toyota.
Chetan Maini’s SUN Mobility aims to build an open-architecture ecosystem to power electric cars. He plans to provide IOT-enabled batteries that can be easily swapped in and out of vehicles.
There’s more driving electric vehicles than the power of Elon Musk. Exponential changes in core technologies have resulted in unpredicted fall in costs.
Around 15 charging points will be installed in Maharashtra, along highways connecting Mumbai-Nashik and Mumbai-Pune.
If Softbank Group chairman Masayashi Son’s “wish” comes true, India will have one million electric cabs on its roads in …